Today’s Headlines

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  • Cars divide America (CityLab)
  • L.A. is the deadliest cities for cyclists—and people are trying to change that (Outside Online)
  • Bike advocacy’s blind spot (CityLab) (Streetsblog Chicago)
  • Naked bike commuter hits the freeway (Mercury News)
  • When traffic is dense, people prefer to take bike-share rather than Uber, finds Uber (BikeBiz)
  • BART’s Berryessa station will have an insane amount of parking (Systemic Failure)
  • How California can make cap-and-trade more equitable (Grist)
  • West Sacramento gets AARP grant for “quick action” project (Sacramento Bee)
  • Clean energy technologies are no longer a novelty (GreenTechMedia)
  • Transition to electric vehicles is increasingly dependent on one possibly precarious company—Tesla (Forbes)
  • The kids know what’s at stake: Young people are speaking up about climate change (Teen Vogue)
  • Bill Fulton on how to fix Prop 13 (Planning Report)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Today’s Headlines

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  • Catch 22: People in Tahoe want a safe pedestrian crossing; Caltrans says first there need to be enough pedestrians to warrant one (Tahoe Daily Tribune)
  • San Jose’s first BART station should be much more than a transit project (SPUR)
  • San Diego transit agency seeks a tax measure for connection to airport, trolley, more (Voice of San Diego)
  • Sacramento plans to be the U.S. capital of the electric vehicle (Curbed)
  • A river runs through the heart of San Jose (Bay Nature)
  • Highway 1 reopens (LA Times)
  • Not in California yet. . . but Route 66 is becoming a bike destination (CityLab)
  • German ads for public transportation are the best (City Metric)
  • Britain considers 20 mph speed limit everywhere in cities (BBC)
  • Republican gubernatorial candidate Cox refuses to talk about climate change and other key issues (Sacramento Bee)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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